Stoeger® Cougar Semi Auto Pistol

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Finish
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9mm

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
3.6"

Round Capacity:
15 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
32.6 oz.
The Stoeger Cougar is a perfect choice for home and personal defense, delivering no-nonsense, rugged performance you can rely on when it matters most. This double-action, semi-auto pistol features a proven rotary-locking design that keeps the 3.6'' barrel in one plane, increasing accuracy. Stoeger's standard, quick-read, 3-dot sight system on top of the Cougar helps you aquire your target quickly. The ambidextrous safety and decocking lever is easily accessible to the thumb of a right-handed or left-handed shooter. Cable lock included for safe storage.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Gun I recently bought the Stoeger Cougar 9mm and it quickly became my favorite firearm. With the Stoeger Cougar you get the quality of a Beretta with the reduced price from Stoeger. With the Cougars rotating barrel and allow frame makes it an accurate and easily controllable firearm. March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great I got the 9mm. I have only shot 100 rounds so far with no problems. I was hitting water bottles at 40 feet the first time I shot it. Its very easy to strip and clean. My 9 year old son was even hitting water bottles at 25 feet. The only down side I found is the mag springs are very tight and hard to load but they started to get easier only after the 100 rounds. Very good gun for the money. March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Purchase I love this gun. I own several handguns but the Cougar is my favorite. Very accurate and comfortable. If you are going to own only one handgun the Cougar would be a good choice. November 10, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by It could have been a great gun... I bought my Stoeger Cougar 9mm on March 1, 2013. I loved the way it looked and felt. I took it to the range, and it shot so far to the left I wasn't even on the paper. I thought it was just me at first, but after a few more trips to the range it was apparent that it wasn't me. At that point I really gave the sights a good hard look and noticed that the dovetail slot for the front sight was manufactured improperly. It had a high spot on one side that caused the front sight to be tilted. I contacted Stoeger, and they had me send it to them for repair under the warranty. When I received my gun back from them, the sight was still tilted (but it tilts the opposite direction now), and the front sight and slide were marred up. They had tried to hide the marring by using some kind of touch up paint, but they used a paint that has a gloss finish to it. My gun is matte finish black, so the marring is highlighted by the paint they used. I sent them a two and a half month old gun that was flawless except for the tilted sight (It cost me $80 just to ship it to them), and I received a marred-up gun that still doesn't shoot straight back from them. I have attempted to contact them, but they have ignored me thus far. I have contacted the Better Business Bureau and filed a complaint. They have yet to respond to the Better Business Bureau. Stoeger seems like make a nice gun, but their quality control is horrendous and the quality of their warranty repairs is even worse. If you search the internet you will find many people complaining about their poor quality control and terrible service department / repairs. June 27, 2013
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I don't know exactly what type, but the enter thing is metal. The weight distribution is perfect, though. Highly recommend for a inexpensive .40...
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Bruniton is a baked black epoxy over aluminum made to be highly corrosion resistant.
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